Here’s a relatively quick lunch I threw together for Kamea.
We eat a lot of eggs (pasture-raised only) in our house, because they give us important nutrients for our brain (and body) – choline, retinol, vitamin E, vitamin D, and more. Oh yeah, they taste delicious, too. In fact, I was dreaming about scrambled eggs when I first considered leaving my vegan life behind and end that chapter of my life.
On this day, I had leftover roasted brussels sprouts (my favorite roasting method here), and decided they’d make a nice addition to an egg scramble.
Eggs are great any time of the day. Proof: I was watching Family Feud the other day and they surveyed 100 people to ask what food is good any time of the day. The answer? Eggs.
Here’s how I made my daughter some yummy eggs for lunch… t’was easy.
- Scramble some pasture-raised eggs in organic grass-fed ghee. As they’re almost done, add some chopped (already cooked) brussels sprouts or any veg.
- Add fresh herbs for an extra punch of flavor (building my kid’s palate) and serious nutrition.
- Add grated or chunked raw grass-fed cheese (adds texture, flavor, and nutrition).
- Pour in a bowl and top with organic salsa (um, make it easy on yourself and buy it in a jar).
Serve this great brain food to your kids (and yourself if there’s enough).